Bronto delivers 70m unit to NASA

By Leila Steed26 April 2021

Bronto Skylift has delivered a truck mount with a working height of 70.1m (230ft) to NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in California, USA.

The S230XDT aerial platform, which features an outreach of 35.9m (118ft) and a 680kg (1500lbs) capacity working cage, will be used to maintain and inspect the scientific antenna and equipment at JPL’s Deep Space Network facility in Goldstone.

Located in the Mojave Desert, the Goldstone Deep Space Network is used to communicate with NASA spacecrafts on...Sign in to continue reading.

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